Welcome to Magnificent Marsha, the newest resource for actress Marsha Thomason. Known for her roles on Las Vegas, Lost, Playing the Field and Where the Heart is she currently stars on White Collar as Diana Barrigan. Keep checking in for the newest images, news and information about Marsha and her career.
Marsha is one of the supporters of the The Inaugural St. Jude Spring Social – you can see the ticket order and other ways to support HERE
Marsha’s episode of Men at Work will air Thursday at 10 pm!
USA has announced the winter premiere dates for Suits, White Collar and Necessary Roughness.
Season 2 of Suits, which stars Gabriel Macht and Patrick J. Adams, will return with six new episodes on Thursday, Jan. 17 at 10/9c. The legal drama was the top-rated summer cable drama in the adults 18-to-49 demographic and hit a season high with its midseason finale in August, drawing 6.5 million viewers.
White Collar will return for the second half of its fourth seasonon Tuesday, Jan. 22 at 10/9c. The series stars Tim DeKay and Matt Bomer, whose character was stunned in the midseason finale when he found out Sam Phelps (Treat Williams) was actually his father.
Necessary Roughness will debut five new episodes beginning on Wednesday, Jan. 23 at 10/9c. The show stars Callie Thorne as a sports psychologist to a big New York football team.
USA Network will call on several of its stars to help promote the network’s Characters Unite get-out-to-vote campaign.
USA’s digital-based “Characters Unite To Vote” public service campaign will look to encourage all Americans to vote on Election Day through specially-created digital posters featuring such USA series stars as Matt Bomer and Marsha Thomason (White Collar); Dulé Hill (Psych); Mehcad Brooks and Callie Thorne (Necessary Roughness), Bruce Campbell (Burn Notice), Mark Feuerstein (Royal Pains), Piper Perabo (Covert Affairs) and Gina Torres (Suits), said network officials.
Each poster includes a black and white image of the series star with the quote “I’m a character. I vote to make my voice heard” and the tagline “Characters Unite to Vote.” Fans will be directed to the Characters Unite Facebook page for more information and encouraged to use the Twitter hashtag #charactersunitetovote to share the posters and help get friends and family members out to vote on Nov. 6, said network officials.
Marsha Thomason is taking a break from keeping an eye on Neal Caffrey. The White Collar star has lined up a guest spot on Season 2 of TBS’ Men at Work, TVLine has learned exclusively. Thomason will play a beautiful British chef for whom James Lesure’s Gibbs falls in Episode 10. The storyline marks a reunion for Thomason and Lesure, who both starred on the NBC drama Las Vegas.
Read More at: TV Line
Marsha is doing a very cool giveaway on her blog for the Pono bangles – enter HERE
On the off-chance you’re already planning next summer’s vacation, make sure to leave some room for Neal, Annie and Hank. USA Network’s popular summer dramas White Collar, Covert Affairs and Royal Pains will return next year, the cabler announced Tuesday. White Collar and Covert Affairs each merited another 16-episode cycle, bringing them to Seasons 5 and 4, respectively. Royal Pains received a regal order indeed: two more seasons – 26 episodes total – of the Hamptons-based medical drama, which will carry it through Season 6.
Read More at: TV LINE
Marsha is doing a giveaway for a pair of her earings from White Collar – all the deets are HERE
Marsha has started an AWESOMESAUCE new blog – start reading, bookmark it and love it http://marshathomasonwalkinmyladyboots.blogspot.com/ – be sure to leave her a comment as well!
AfterEllen.com: I’m a really big fan of the show and I’m very thrilled to be able to talk to you about it.
Marsha Thomason: Oh, that’s awesome, thank you.
AE: Everything about the show is really fun and I really like the way that the team has such a great banter…
AE: Of course, a lot of that comes from having crisp and really good writing but some of it has to come from the fact that the actors have really good chemistry. Did that chemistry come naturally or easily or is it something that you think has developed over the three-plus seasons?
MT: You know, honestly, I feel like we had that chemistry from the get go. To be honest, we really did. It was easy. Thinking back to the pilot, which was so long ago, my goodness, I can’t believe we’re in our fourth season, we really kind of just clicked all of us together and that’s why… I’m sure all the time. Sharif [Atkins, who plays Agent Clinton Jones] and I were joking today we’re like brother and sister we just pick on each other and you know, take the piss constantly… You know, we just have a good time.